Find out how teachers around the world are using the hugely popular sandbox game Minecraft to teach everything from STEM subjects to art. Read More
Low on budget and short on space? You’re definitely not alone. We’ve put together a list of storage solutions to help art teachers and parents everywhere.
At this time of year, some lucky teachers will be proudly showing off their newly decorated classrooms, complete with colorful display boards, lovingly arranged supply cupboards and storage shelves. For others, the beginning of term looks a little more challenging.
These brave souls will be pushing their supplies from classroom to classroom (and sometimes school to school) living a nomadic existence. Sound like you? Don’t panic. We’ve put together some sage advice and resources for floating teachers everywhere.
For those lucky enough to have an iPad in the art room, there are a number of creative apps just waiting to be enjoyed. We’ve done a round-up of just some of the fantastic ones out there.
But before you dive in, remember to set up a free account on Creatubbles, so that you can store and share all of the great results!
This summer, art educators have been busy with the #K12ArtChat PLN set up by challenge queen and Texas high school teacher Arlene Shelton. Arlene has been using this hashtag to provide encouragement and inspiration for art teachers, and pushing our learning community to think creatively. Read More
September is coming and time is short. So we’ve put together a list of great websites beloved by teachers, all of which have lesson plans available for free. In them you’ll find art lesson plans, project ideas and arts and craft activities for kids. We hope you enjoy – and don’t forget to upload the results to Creatubbles!
We’ve put together a list of the top ten books recommended by art teachers relating to creativity. Whether you need to inspire little artists in your life, teach them how to embrace mistakes, or even encourage them to use supplies sparingly, we’ve got you covered. In fact, we think everything on the list is so good we’re filling our own shelves with them!
Is your favorite book missing? Please let us know in the comments below!
August is a time for reflection, observation and planning as we are about to embark on the upcoming school year. In order to help inspire innovation and creativity we are challenging you to participate in 31 days of reflection.
This week, as part of the Artistic Parenting series, the awesome team Grundler interview author and artist Eric Scott. He explains how keeping a visual journal can turbocharge your creative endeavours.